Children’s Attitudes Paulina Samaniego Fernie Valles Alec Ruiz
Thesis • Children are a reflection of what they hear, see, or experience in their families. When children are with their family they absorb everything they encounter and they act upon what they have learned.
Question • When you meet a couple that has a lot of wealth and they like to show it off, what do their kids act like?
Question • When kids are having trouble at school, why does the school always ask if anything is “going on at home”?
Question • When people see a teen girl or boy dressed inappropriate/alarming, what is the most common thought that comes to peoples heads? What do you think about them?
Question • When children live with a depressed/troubled parent, why do they almost always end up in a similar life situation?
Question • What are some things that happy-parents’ kids do different from upset-parents?
Question • How many kids do you know who use cuss words? Where do you think they learned them?
Questions • When children get in trouble at school they sometimes have to bring their parents in, why do teachers have to ask their parents to fix the problem? • Why do most families have one favorite football team for the whole family?
Questions • The chain goes on and on, when those children grow up how do you think they’re going to raise their own children? • Why do you think that children usually have the same traditions and religion that their parents had?